Turnstile, 'Time & Space'
Renowned for their anarchic live shows, Baltimore hardcore punks Turnstile open the pit to a broader range of sounds and collaborators on their refreshingly free-form major-label debut. The band borrows from the Nirvana playbook on garage-rock shredder "Moon" and shyly flashes a freak flag on slinky jazz interludes "Bomb" and "Disco." Longtime fan Diplo makes an understated cameo on "Right to Be," his synths splashing neon onto Turnstile's concrete political protest. Hardcore purists may bristle, but Time & Space offers fans new and old some room to breathe. S.E.